With its own distribution channel and a big catalog of original content, Six Point Harness is not your typical service studio.
Rooster Teeth expands the slate of animation projects for its streaming service, and Netflix teams up with some key creative members of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
Want to learn how to animate, but don’t have any money? The famous French animation school Gobelins has a program for you.
Mari Okada’s film “Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms” premieres in U.S. and Canadian theaters today.
Here are some smart ways to improve the working lives of everyone at an animation company and help build a better future for the industry.
Everything from a Japanese detective who’s a literal butt to a new preschool series by “Rocko’s Modern Life” creator Joe Murray appear in our latest series round-up.
Created by ex-Disney artists, Taiko Studios had to learn some new tricks in international collaboration to create its first project, “One Small Step.”
Scott Christian Sava accomplished one of the hardest things possible: producing a high-quality independent cg feature. But he wasn’t prepared for the distribution challenges that followed after the film was finished.
A look at new and upcoming animation series for tv and streaming.
Despite the winding path his idea took, creator Carl Faruolo is simply happy that Nickelodeon is finally letting people see what he made.
With her first three shorts, Niki Lindroth von Bahr has established herself as an important voice in stop-motion filmmaking.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
A look at Amazon’s first original half-hour series, a new show from the creator of “Superjail!,” and a “Loud House” spin-off in development.
Nick Park talks about combining dinosaurs, giant ducks, and the world’s favorite sport in his stop-motion feature, “Early Man.”
A film that pushes the boundaries of Chinese animation filmmaking is now out in U.S. cinemas.
The moody universe of this Oscar-contending short was created with 2,500 sheets of recycled cardboard.
In order to produce “Negative Space,” a gorgeous stop-motion short that illustrates a father and son’s shared ritual of perfectly packing a suitcase, the directors were forced, rather appropriately, to get quite good at the art of packing themselves.